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Meet Our Care Team


Carly McCord

Carly McCord, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Director of Telebehavioral Health
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Postdoctoral Fellow

Trey Armstrong

Trey Armstrong, PhD

Dr. Armstrong conducts research and provides counseling services and clinical supervision.
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Tessa Long, MA

Tessa Long is a fourth-year student in the clinical psychology program at Sam Houston State University and a counselor at Texas A&M Telebehavioral Health. Tessa's clinical interests include culturally competent dissemination of empirically-supported treatments, specifically dialectical behavioral therapy, family systems, generational differences and adolescents. Further, she is interested in interventions for a wide range of symptoms relating to depression, anxiety and personality pathology.


Nick Kavish, MA

Nicholas Kavish, MA, is a fourth-year clinical psychology doctoral student at Sam Houston State University. Mr. Kavish is completing a practicum placement at the Telehealth Counseling Clinic at Texas A&M.


Xiao Ming, MEd

Xiao Meng, MEd, is a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas A&M University. Meng has worked on various research projects including multicultural counseling competence, mother-infant attachment in low-income households in the United States and the development of morality and values in the Chinese context.


Laurel Wade

Laurel Wade is a third-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas A&M University and is a practicum counselor at the Telehealth Counseling Clinic. Wade gained experience providing mental health evaluations to individuals in rural Alabama while earning her bachelor’s de


Jasmine Zhou, MEd

Zhiqing “Jasmine” Zhou, MEd, is working toward her PhD in psychology at Texas A&M University. Zhou is an integrative therapist who incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy and a systemic approach in her work with clients. She has experience serving individuals age 5 and over in school, community and medical settings. She sees clients for behavioral and emotional concerns, including trauma, depression, anxiety, negative body image and ADHD.

Program Coordinators


Alexander Giovanetti, MS

Alex Giovanetti approaches therapy from a cognitive-behavioral perspective but integrates a variety of other approaches in order to best help the individual client reach their goals. He has experience in treating a wide variety of concerns and has particular interests in trauma/PTSD, anxiety and depression. Alex enjoys working with individuals and couples, as well as with veterans/active duty military and their families.


Katie Console, MEd

Katie Console is a third year PhD student at Texas A&M University in the counseling psychology program. She has experience working with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, relational issues and more. She also enjoys working with individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and takes a multicultural approach to counseling. Katie uses an integrated theoretical approach that often includes cognitive behavioral therapy. Katie is able to do counseling in both English and Spanish.


Kaylee Jackson, MS

Kaylee Jackson works with clients of all backgrounds using integrated theories, including cognitive behavioral therapy to assist them in meeting their goals. She has experience working with a range of presenting problems including depression, anxiety, adjustment, personality, and more. Kaylee's research and clinical interests include overcoming treatment barriers and improving engagement in therapy.


Mariah Stickley, MEd

Practicum Counselor and Service Coordinator

Mariah is a third year doctoral student in the counseling psychology program at Texas A&M University. Growing up in rural Appalachia, Mariah has a passion for working in rural and underserved communities. She utilizes evidence-based and integrative treatments to tailor therapy services to the unique needs of each client. Mariah has experience working with a wide range of presenting concerns including complex trauma disorders, chronic pain, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, major depression and more.